The Mexican golfer celebrated returning to activity, after stopping seven weeks for surgery
María Fassi will play her first major since she underwent knee surgery. The Mexican golfer will be in the field of KPMG Women’s PGA Championship and he is confident that he will make a strong comeback in Georgia’s Johns Creek, Atlanta.
“A somewhat difficult season on and off the field. Unfortunately I stopped for seven weeks that I had to operate on my knee and still recovering a bit, but happy to receive the invitation to play this week and have one more opportunity to turn things around and have a good return in Atlanta, “said the Mexican.
In an interview with him PGA Championship before the first round this Thursday, Fassi He recalled the experience he had last year in the same tournament, which he could not know before the first round due to a confusion in his Covid-19 tests.
“He hit me with a false positive, not being able to have practice rounds or see the field. Happy this time that I did not have to go through that and spend four days getting to know the field, walking it and have all the information possible so that the week is positive, “he recalled.
Focused on her short game and known for hitting long and well off the tee, Maria Fassi He offered his expectations for this week and assured that if he manages to place himself on the fairways, he will have a positive week with good results.
“I think it is very wide on the fairways, it is relatively easy, I will not say that it is easy because it never is, but I think that being on the fairway and having shorter clubs, now that the court is wet, hitting it long gives me a lot of advantage with a positive carry where I have shorter clubs and I am happy to hit the starting line well and you have to put the putts and put confidence and calm on the greens ”.
“I’m working a lot around the green and on the green to be calm for Thursday,” concluded the Mexican golfer who will be at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.